The Los Angeles Dodgers have been rumored to land one of the league's brightest young stars. And while Francisco Lindor trade talks have been floating around many locker rooms throughout the league, the Dodgers seem to be a frontrunner in signing the 26-year-old shortstop.

Although big names like Gerrit Cole and Stephen Strasburg already signed deals this offseason, there are still some big names on the market. And the Dodgers are looking to add to their already star-studded lineup. 

According to USA TODAY, the Cleveland Indians and Dodgers have already had discussions about a possible trade. Cleveland is asking for right-hander Dustin May and second baseman Gavin Lux in the deal.

While the Dodgers are reluctant to cough up young talent in May and Lux, landing Lindor could be the final ingredient in the world-champion recipe for the Dodgers.

Although the trade isn't set in stone, we can't help but dream up what that potential lineup would look like.

Just imagine Lindor sitting at the top of the lineup with A.J. Pollock, Muncy, and 2019 MVP Cody Bellinger following behind.

This sounds like a roster that can really do some damage.

Aside from batting, Lindor is one of the top defensive shortstops in the game and plays arguably the most important position on the field. 

But whether he's on the field or off the field, Lindor has a certain aura that makes everyone gravitate towards him. 

And would you look at that smile! It looks like a smile ready for Hollywood if you ask us.

As the following picture shows Lindor with blue hair, we can only hope that means he bleeds Dodger blue and is destined for Hollywood.

But only time will tell if a deal can be made with the Indians.

And if it goes through, you could see that Hollywood smile on an LA billboard near you very soon.

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